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Immunization Action Coalition

Blogs

Blogs about vaccines and immunization topics

Autism Science Foundation Blog
ASF's blog covers the latest information on scientific findings related to autism
Baby411
Dr. Ari Brown's blog. In private practice since 1995, Dr. Brown is perhaps best known as the coauthor of Baby 411: Clear Answers & Smart Advice for Your Baby’s First Year
History of Vaccines Blog
A component of The History of Vaccines website created by The College of Physicians of Philadelphia
Moms Who Vax
Group of mothers led by Ashley Shelby who support vaccinations
Nurses Who Vaccinate
Melody Butler, BSN, RN, a pediatric nurse, who created the Nurses Who Vaccinate blog and related Facebook page, promotes knowledge and competency in immunizations and works to position nurses and healthcare professionals as vaccine advocates for colleagues, patients, and the public.
Respectful Insolence
Orac (pseudonym) is a surgeon/scientist who comments on medicine, quackery, science, pseudoscience, history, and pseudohistory
Seattle Mama Doc
Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson’s blog about pediatric health; she is a practicing pediatrician in Mill Creek, Washington, and the mother of two young children
Shot of Prevention
Every Child By Two’s blog about the importance of vaccines and hot topics related to immunization
VICNetwork
Virtual Immunization Communication Network (VICNetwork) is a partnership between the National Public Health Information Coalition (NPHIC) and the California Immunization Coalition (CIC) a statewide partnership of immunization coalitions and private and public health organizations
 
This page was updated on June 6, 2016.
This page was reviewed on June 6, 2016.
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